July 1952
New Republic;7/21/52, Vol. 127 Issue 3, p3
Focuses on the political events in the U.S. Victory of Dwight Eisenhower in the election; Political platform of the Republicans; Nomination of senator Richard Nixon for the Vice-Presidency.


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